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Anderson v Jarvis Hotels

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requirement to sleep on employer's premises | contractual entitlement to wages

In Anderson v Jarvis Hotels EATS/0062/05, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employee was contractually entitled to be paid for periods when he was required to sleep on the employer's premises, even though he rarely had to carry out any work during these periods.

Mr Anderson worked as a Guest Care Manager for Jarvis Hotels.